Starting this September, the WePad will see a limited launch in Germany, with hopefully others to follow sometime after that. You may remember the WeTab by it’s other name, the WePad. The company may have changed the name, but the specs remain mostly the same. Of course, having first seen the WeTab in mid April, there are bound to be some changes. For now, we know the device will still use an 11″ screen with a 1366 x 768 resolution, an Intel Atom N450 processor clocked at 1.66 GHz, 1GB RAM, either 16GB or 32GB of storage w/expandable card slot, and a 1.3mp front facing camera. The WeTab will also feature Linux, Java, AIR, and Flash 10.1.
The WeTab is set to release in two variants, WiFi only for roughly $575 and WiFi + 3G for roughly $880. While no information is available at this time regarding an American release, we can only hope the will come through soon enough. If not, we will always have alternatives. Check out a very sleek and sexy render of the WeTab below. Does this tablet entice you? Personally, I’d like to see what Android 3.0 brings about. Once that happens, then I’ll consider dropping $800 on a tablet.